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Two brands of paper towels are priced and described like this:

Brand A: 100 sheets per roll for \$1.20 a roll.

Brand B: 60 double sheets per roll for \$1.44 a roll.

Which brand’s roll has the most “towel” for the money?

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1.20 / 100 = 0.012 or 1.2 cents per sheet

60 * 2 = 120
1.44 / 120 = 0.012 or 1.2 cents per single sheet

It looks like they both cost the same per single sheet.

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Thank you for yuor help.

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You're welcome.

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